Your source for everything Herbs!

 

 

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September 25, Saturday, 10:30 – 12:30

 

Plant Medicine Making

          Using Natures Pharmacy, you will learn how to make your own salves, chest balms and lip balms for topical application. We will discuss how to choose when each application is indicated and what plants are traditionally used. Join Kerry Adams, a practicing herbalist for 46 years, and learn how to capture the amazing benefits of medicinal plants. Reservations are required. $38.00

 

 

September 26, Sunday, 11:00 – 4:00

 

Native Plant Sale at Canco Park Conservancy

 

          Join us for a Native Plant Sale event hosted by the Native Plant Society of NJ – Hudson County at the Conservancy in Jersey City. There will be several Native lectures throughout the event – featured is:

 

Native Wildflowers and Ferns at 3:00

 

          Join David Hyde of Well-Sweep Herb Farm in a presentation on perennial natives and nativars. Learn about the benefits of these beauties and how to introduce them into the garden and keep them happy. David will cover selecting, transplanting, growing, and maintaining them – as well as some of his favorites. Discover how to support our indigenous bird, butterfly and insect populations.

          For more information visit https://www.cancoparkconservancy.org/ .

 

 

October 2, Saturday, 1:30 – 3:30

 

Mad Herbal Tea Party

          So many herbs, so little time. Join Patrick of Well-Sweep Herb Farm for a delicious afternoon tea. Enjoy samples of his favorite herbal tea blends from around the world, as he lectures on their health benefits and lore. Windowsill and garden growing tips will be covered as well as harvesting, drying, brewing and blending. Crazy hats encouraged. Reservations are required. $36.00.

 

 

October 9, Saturday, 1:00 – 3:00

 

Soap Making

          Learn how to make all-natural, homemade soap. Various methods and ingredients will be covered. Choose from a varied selection of fragrant essential oils and herbs – to create your own specialty soap. Wear old clothes. Reservations are required. $37.00

 

 

October 16, Saturday, 10:00 – 12:00

 

Autumn Wreath

          Usher in the fall spirit by creating a 16” wreath using a grapevine base and a wide selection of dried flowers, artemisia, seed pods, and more; color schemed to your choice. Add festive décor to your home. Reservations are required. $44.00.

 

 

November 6, Saturday, 10:00 – 12:00

 

Thanksgiving Cornucopia

          Fill your holiday table with a beautiful and bountiful centerpiece using a wicker cornucopia, preserved greens, wheat, pine cones, fruit and dried flowers. The finished project is 8″ x 18″. Reservations are required. $44.00.

 

 

November 13, Saturday, 1:00 – 3:00

 

Dream Pillows

         Enhance your sleep, uplift your mood and brighten your dreams with an Herbal Dream Pillow! Learn the properties of several herbs that aid in sleep, then combine them into your own blend and sew them into a 4″ x 6″ pillow. Reservations are required. $38.00.

 

 

November 6 – December 24

 

Christmas in the Country

         At this time of year, the Well-Sweep garden fairies transform the shop into a Christmas wonderland. The greenhouse is stocked with a selection of attractive windowsill herbs, tender perennials in bloom, and unique topiaries. From culinary, fragrant, medicinal, and unusual herbs to citrus trees and carnivorous plants; to potpourri, home decor, essential oils, and Christmas decorations, you’re sure to find something for the special someone on your list! Enter to win a $25 Gift Certificate.

         After Thanksgiving our beautiful handmade fresh evergreen wreaths, sprays and arrangements will be available. We are accepting orders for custom wreaths.

         Bring your holiday guests – come visit!

 

 

November 26, Friday, 11:00 & 2:00

November 27, Saturday, 11:00 & 2:00

 

Holiday Greenhouse Tours

         Come experience the pleasure of our greenhouses – filled with unusual blossoms and exotic scents. Join us for an informative lecture-tour of our collection of herbs from around the world. This is a wonderful way to learn about the rare and unusual, as well as familiar herbs. Reservations are required. Free.

 

 

December 3, 12:00 – 9:00

December 4, 10:00 – 9:00

December 5, 10:00 – 5:00

 

German Christmas Market

        Visit us at the 20th annual German Christmas Market at the Sussex County Fairgrounds, NJ. See https://www.germanchristmasmarketnj.com/ for more information.

 

 

December 4, Saturday, 10:00 – 12:00

 

Evergreen Wreath

         Make your own long-lasting 16″ fresh evergreen wreath using various types of pine and holly. These contrasting greens will be wire-wrapped onto a metal form. Add decorative pine cones and a colorful bow. Bring gloves and pruning shears. Reservations are required. $39.00.

 

 

December 7, Tuesday, 6:30 – 8:30 (pm)

 

Evergreen Christmas Tree

         Create a lasting festive tree for your holiday table using fresh boxwood, holly, and assorted winter greens. You will then decorate with pine cones, ribbon and other novelties. Completed height approximately 18″. One of our most popular evergreen pieces. Bring clippers. Reservations are required. $46.00.

 

 

December 9, Thursday, 6:30 – 8:30 (pm)

 

Evergreen Wreath

         Make your own long-lasting 16″ fresh evergreen wreath using various types of pine and holly. These contrasting greens will be wire-wrapped onto a metal form. Add decorative pine cones and a colorful bow. Bring gloves and pruning shears. Reservations are required. $39.00.

 

 

December 11, Saturday, 10:00 – 12:00

 

Holiday Centerpiece

         Using holly and various types of fresh greens, create a delightful centerpiece for your holiday table. We will add pine cones and berries, and finish with a decorative bow. The approximate size is 14”. Bring gloves and clippers. Reservations are required. $39.00.

 

 

December 11, Saturday, 1:30 – 3:30

 

Evergreen Christmas Tree

         Create a lasting festive tree for your holiday table using fresh boxwood, holly, and assorted winter greens. You will then decorate with pine cones, ribbon and other novelties. Completed height approximately 18″. One of our most popular evergreen pieces. Bring clippers. Reservations are required. $46.00.

 

 

 

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May 8, Saturday: 9:00 – 5:00

 

Well-Sweep Craft & Farmers’ Market

 

Mother’s Day weekend – a great time to visit a truly unique nursery!

If you’re looking for something special for Mom, come browse through our Spring perennials in bloom, check out our tropicals and other interesting plants in our greenhouse or find a unique gift in our Gift Shop.

On Saturday, May 8th, we will feature a Craft Market featuring homemade items as well as a phenomenal food vendor – Michele’s Bistro. While you’re visiting this day enjoy a free lecture tour of our gardens with Patrick at 11am and 2pm. We will be open on Sunday, Mother’s Day as well, 11am to 4pm.

The farm features 1,898 varieties of herbs and perennials including natives, butterfly, medicinal, dye, shade and deer resistant plants. Also culinary herbs, vegetables, citrus plants, jasmine, figs, carnivorous plants and many more – organically grown.

Our Gift Ship is filled with a wonderful assortment of dried flowers, wreaths and arrangements, books, essential oils, hard-to-find culinary and medicinal dried herbs, potpourri supplies and unusual gifts for all ages.

More Special Events coming – watch our Facebook page! 

 

 

May 20, Thursday, 9:45 – 3:00

 

Hardy Plant Society – Well-Sweep Herb Farm Day Trip

            Join the Hardy Plant Society for a lecture, garden tour, shopping and homemade luncheon. Reservations required. $40.00 members/$50.00 non-members. For more information and to register: https://hpsmag.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_mcform&view=ngforms&id=2080279#/

 

 

May 22, Saturday, 9:00 – 5:00

May 23, Sunday, 10:00 – 4:00

 

Well-Sweep Craft & Farmers’ Market

            Craft, farm, and food vendors! Free garden tours at 11am and 2pm.  Check out our Craft Market featuring homemade items as well as a phenomenal food vendor – Michele’s Bistro. While you’re visiting this day enjoy a free lecture tour of our gardens with Patrick at 11am and 2pm – both Saturday and Sunday. Watch our Facebook page for more details and updates closer to the date.

 

 

May 28, Friday, 6:00 – 7:30

 

Medicinal Herbs with David Winston

            (Zoom lecture) Dean of David Winston’s Center for Herbal Studies and president of Herbalist & Alchemist, David is an Herbalist and Ethnobotanist with 52 years of training in Chinese, Western, and Southeastern herbal traditions. He has been an herbal consultant to physicians, herbalists, and researchers throughout the US, but enjoys teaching courses locally in NJ. Sign-up for an introduction to medicinal plants that you can grow in your own garden. Pre-registration required; $30.00. Please call to register, 908-852-5390.

 

 

June 4, Friday, 9:00 – 5:00

June 5, Saturday, 9:00 – 5:00

June 6, Sunday, 10:00 – 4:00

 

Spring Open House

  & Well-Sweep Craft & Farmers’ Market

 

Free lectures and tours – vendors – local restaurants –

over 1,898 varieties of plants available

 

Event held rain or shine.

 

            Enjoy three full days of free informative lectures and presentations, tours of our spectacular gardens, as well as our Craft & Farmers’ Market. Our largest selection of herb plants will be available starting this day. Free admission and parking.

 

Friday, June 4, 9:00 to 5:00

* 9:30 – 10:30: The History of Well-Sweep Gardens with Louise Hyde

* 10:30 – 11:30: Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

* 11:30 – 12:30: Lovely Lavender with David Hyde

* 1:00 – 2:00: The Scented Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

* 2:30 – 3:30: Butterfly Gardening with Lori Princiotto

* 3:30 – 4:30: Hemp: CBD & CBG with Patrick McDuffee

 

Saturday, June 5, 9:00 to 5:00

* 9:30 – 10:30: Cooking with Herbs with Louise Hyde

* 10:30 – 11:30: Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

* 11:30 – 12:30: Far-Out, Funky and Fabulous Plants with David Hyde

* 1:00 –  2:00: Our Healing Garden – the Medicinal Herbs with Kerry Adams

* 2:30 – 3:30 – Asian Herbs Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

 

Sunday, June 6, 10:00 to 4:00

* 10:30 – 11:30: Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

* 11:30 – 12:30: Natives and Nativars with David Hyde

* 1:00 – 2:00: Butterfly Gardening with Lori Princiotto

* 2:30 – 3:30: Afternoon Herbal Tea with Patrick McDuffee

 

Vendors:

Art Across Borders – Changewater Designs – Stained Glass by Bonnie – Whiskey In A Teacup Tarot –

House of Cork Handbags with Diana – Juniper Tree Spices – Rimi Studios – Heart Beat Studios –

Mot Mot Collective – Kim O’Hara Designs – Scottie Carpentry – Four Fields Farm

 

Food by:

KK’s Café (empanadas & pastries) & Choripan Rodizio (Argentinian Steakhouse – grilled meat & vegetables)

 

 

June 13, Sunday, 9:00 – 2:00

 

Visit us at the Ramsey Farmer’s Market – Ramsey, NJ

 

            Click here for more information.

 

 

June 26, Saturday, 1:30 – 3:30

 

Lovely Lavender Crafts

 

            Come enjoy a fragrant and fun afternoon with lavender. We’ll start at 1:30 with an introduction to lavender by Louise Hyde, who will provide information on the different varieties, growing as well as harvesting.         

            Next, Louise will teach you how to make a fresh 6” lavender wreath and a wall hanging with 3 graduated tiers of lavender – delightful decorations for your home. Come experience this wonderful fragrant herb! Lavender refreshments will be served. Reservations are required. Please call to reserve your spot or for more information – (908) 852-5390.

 

 

June 27, Sunday, 9:00 – 2:00

 

Visit us at the Ramsey Farmer’s Market – Ramsey, NJ

 

            Click here for more information.

 

 

July 3, Saturday, 9:00 – 5:00

 

MidSummer Herb Festival  – Craft & Farmer’s Market

 

Enjoy your day strolling through our gardens in full bloom, including our collection of 73 lavenders!

No admission fee, free lectures and tours; plants; music; vendors; food!

 

Event held rain or shine.

 

The Days Events:

*9:30 – 10:30:  Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

*10:30 – 11:30:  Parsley in the Kitchen with Louise Hyde

*11:30 – 12:30:  Lovely Lavender with David Hyde

*12:00 – 1:00:  Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

*1:00 – 2:00:  Square Foot Gardening with Althea Llewellyn

*2:00 – 3:00:  Pollinator Blossom Banquets with Lorette Cheswick

*3:00 – 4:00:  Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

*4:00 – 5:00:  An Ode to the Legend Cyrus Hyde

 

*9:30: Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

            Join Patrick McDuffee, the 3rd generation of Well-Sweep, on a tour of our Formal Herb Garden and learn the history and uses of both exotic and familiar herbs. Patrick is the grandson of lecturer and collector Cyrus Hyde, carrying on his stories as well as providing some of his own gained from his degree in Biology and enthusiasm for medicinal herbs.

 

*10:30: Parsley in the Kitchen with Louise Hyde

            Louise has been growing and using Parsley and other herbs in the kitchen since long before Well-Sweep was founded in 1969. Learn how to use it as a base for a delicious herbal pesto as well as some of her other favorite dishes to incorporate it into.  She will share her techniques for growing, drying and freezing this nutrient powerhouse.

 

*11:30: Lovely Lavender with David Hyde

            Our entire collection of Lavender comes into bloom at this time of year. Join David Hyde, owner of Well-Sweep and plant specialist, as he shares his favorite varieties of Lavender and how to grow, enjoy and harvest this herb. The history, tips and tricks, as well as the many healing benefits of lavender will be covered.

 

*12:00: Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

            See above. 

 

*1:00: Square Foot Gardening with Althea Llewellyn

            Anyone can develop a green thumb with this innovative Square Foot Gardening method created by Mel Bartholomew. Althea is a certified Master Gardener, serving on the board for Union county, as well as a Square Foot Gardening instructor who has taught hundreds of YMCA Campers throughout NJ. This method will teach you a simple, efficient, and productive way to grow vegetables, herbs (especially Parsley) and flowers in a small space with less effort.

 

*2:00: Pollinator Blossom Banquets with Lorette Cheswick

            Take a walk through our gardens with skilled Apiarist, Lorette Cheswick, as she brings attention to plants that attract pollinators. Many flowering plants provide nectar and pollen for insects as enticements to help move their pollen from one plant to another for improved seed production. This symbiotic relationship adds another layer of observation for any garden visit. Seeing which plants are active insect snares and which plants trick insects is both entertaining and instructive. Come learn about these Bee and Butterfly magnets for your garden and their complex relationships.

 

*3:00: Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee at 3:00

            See above. 

 

*4:00: An Ode to the Legend Cyrus Hyde

            Come pay tribute to a world renowned collector of plants and their stories. Cyrus Hyde inspired thousands with his knowledge and thoughtfulness. Cyrus went to work on God’s gardens in June of 2020, and due to the pandemic, we were rather limited to whom we could share this time with. We would like to take this opportunity for you, those he inspired and befriended, to come and share your stories of him with us and each other.

 

Vendors:

Changewater Designs – Cosmic Debris – Heart Beat Studios – Juniper Tree Spices –

Long Note Farm – Stained Glass by Bonnie – Under Angels Wings 

 

Music:

Playful Banter: 12:00 – 1:00 ~ Folksy Acoustic Duo

Chuck Winch: 1:30 – till  ~ Bluegrass, Folk and Old-time Banjo Music

 

Food by:

KK’s Café (empanadas & pastries)

 

 

July 15, Thursday, 9:45 – 3:00

 

Hardy Plant Society – Well-Sweep Herb Farm Day Trip

 

            Join the Hardy Plant Society for a lecture, garden tour, shopping and homemade luncheon. Reservations required. $40.00 members, $50.00 non-members. For more information and to register visit here. Registration ends at midnight on July 11th.

 

Garden Tour and Tea Time

            Join Patrick McDuffee on a short but informative tour of Well-Sweep’s formal herb garden. He will cut his favorite herbs fresh from the garden for a delicious cup of tea as he goes over their history, lore and medicinal aspects. As we sit down to enjoy, learn how to brew the perfect cup of herbal tea.

 

The Mediterranean Window – Citrus, Figs & More

            Join David Hyde avid plant enthusiast, noted lecturer and owner of Well-Sweep Herb Farm’s family business for a presentation on a variety of Mediterranean fruit; Citrus, Figs, Olives, Pomegranates and more. Learn how to care for these exotic beauties for year-round success – fill your patio and windows with unusual and delicious fruit.

 

Herbal Luncheon

           A delicious, homemade, herb-infused luncheon is included. Make your choices at the time of registration.

 

 

August 7 – 14, Saturday – Saturday, 10:00 – 10:00

 

Visit us at the NJ State Fair – Sussex County Farm & Horse Show

           Click here for more information.

 

 

August 29, Sunday, 9:00 – 2:00

 

Visit us at the Ramsey Farmer’s Market – Ramsey, NJ

 

            Click here for more information.

 

 

September 4, Saturday: 9:00 – 5:00

September 5, Sunday: 10:00 – 4:00

 

Fall Flower Festival – Craft & Farmers’ Market

            Enjoy your day strolling through our gardens and cold frames in their fall display of flowers. Find a free lecture or tour to soak up some expert plant knowledge and grab yourself unique handmade gifts in our Craft Market.

 

Free lectures and tours – vendors  – local restaurant – 

over 1,898 varieties of plants available.

 

Event held rain or shine.

 

 Saturday Events, September 4, 9:00 – 5:00

 * 9:30 – 10:30:  Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

* 10:30 – 11:30: Cut Flower Arranging: From Fresh to Dry with Louise Hyde

* 11:30 – 12:30:  Fabulous Fall Perennials with David Hyde

* 1:00 – 2:00:  Our Herbal Medicine Cabinet with Kerry Adams

* 2:30 – 3:30:  Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

* 4:00 – 4:45:  Utilizing Hemp Flowers with Patrick McDuffee

 

 Sunday Events, September 5, 10:00 – 4:00

 * 10:00 – 11:00:  Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee

* 11:00 – 12:00:  The Mediterranean Window – Citrus, Figs & More with David Hyde

* 12:00 – 1:00:  Butterfly Gardening with Lori Princiotto

* 1:00 – 2:00:  Introduction to Outdoor Mushroom Cultivation with Sneha Ganguly

* 2:30 – 3:30:  Afternoon Herbal Tea with Patrick McDuffee

 

Food by:

Pandan Room – Thai & Indonesian Cuisine – (Served: 12:00 – 2:30)

 

Music:

 

Saturday:

 Bobby Blake: 12:00 – 1:00 ~ Eclectic Keyboard Jams

 Zach Hurst: 1:30 – 2:30  ~ Acoustic Guitar

 

Sunday:

Zach Hurst: 1:30 – 2:30  ~ Acoustic Guitar

 

Vendors:

Bang It Out Designs – By His Design Co – Celtic Chairde Creations – Changewater Designs – Cosmic Debris LLC  – Emma Rimi Studios  – House Of Cork Handbags – Juniper Tree Spices – Kali Mushrooms – Luna Rose Collective – MotMot Collective – Paper creations by Debbie M. – Scottie Carpentry – Under Angels Wings – Upcycle Candles

 

Lecture Descriptions – Saturday:

 

Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee at 9:30 & 2:30

          Join Patrick McDuffee, the 3rd generation of Well-Sweep, on a tour of our Formal Herb Garden and learn the history and uses of both exotic and familiar herbs. Patrick is the grandson of lecturer and collector Cyrus Hyde, carrying on his stories as well as providing some of his own gained from his degree in Biology and enthusiasm for medicinal herbs.

 

Cut Flower Gardening with Louise Hyde Saturday at 10:30

          Louise Hyde, founder of Well-Sweep, is always surrounded by flowers. Learn about gardening for cut flowers so you never leave your vases empty. Louise will cover her favorite perennials for fresh and dried flower arrangements, as well as demonstrate a couple center pieces of each type.

 

Fabulous Fall Perennials with David Hyde Saturday at 11:30

          Join David Hyde, owner of Well-Sweep and plant specialist, as he shows off his favorite fall perennials for fabulous late-season color, deer resistance, and pollinator benefits. David will cover selecting, transplanting, growing, and maintaining them. From new to native, sun to shade, he will help you find a great addition to your garden.

 

Our Herbal Medicine Cabinet with Kerry Adams Saturday at 1:00

          The plant world offers many options for preventing and treating illnesses at home. Join Kerry Adams, a practicing herbalist of 45 years, as she covers our green medicine must haves and simple ways to infuse these healthy herbs into your family life.

 

Utilizing Hemp Flowers with Patrick McDuffee Saturday at 4:00

          What are CBD or CBG and how can you utilize their anti-inflammatory and other healing properties.  End your Saturday learning about its history and uses, as well as how to identify a good product or how to make your own using raw flowers.

 

Lecture Descriptions – Sunday:

 

Formal Herb Garden Tour with Patrick McDuffee at 10:00

          Join Patrick McDuffee, the 3rd generation of Well-Sweep, on a tour of our Formal Herb Garden and learn the history and uses of both exotic and familiar herbs. Patrick is the grandson of lecturer and collector Cyrus Hyde, carrying on his stories as well as providing some of his own gained from his degree in Biology and enthusiasm for medicinal herbs.

 

The Mediterranean Window – Citrus, Figs & More with David Hyde Sunday at 11:00

          Join David Hyde avid plant enthusiast, noted lecturer and owner of Well-Sweep Herb Farm’s family business for a presentation on a variety of Mediterranean fruit; Citrus, Figs, Olives, Pomegranates and more. Learn how to care for these exotic beauties for year-round success – fill your patio and windows with unusual and delicious fruit.

 

Butterfly Gardening with Lori Myers Princiotto at 12:00

          Lori Myers Princiotto, a technology facilitator (STEM) teacher and gardener, has established home, school, and community gardens, specifically concentrating on attracting butterflies and beneficial pollinators. She was gifted a few caterpillars to raise with her son in 2016, which led to her raising over 400 monarchs in 2017. Since then she has become a self-taught butterfly aficionado, supplementing her gardens with plants from Well-Sweep. Come learn how to attract butterflies to your gardens by planting host plants and nectar sources.

 

Introduction to Outdoor Mushroom Cultivation with Sneha Ganguly Sunday at 1:00         

          Sneha Ganguly is a visual artist and self-taught mycophile, who works at the intersection of fine art and mycology (study of fungi and mushrooms).  She is a teaching assistant for Indoor Mushroom Production, for Cornell Small Farms, and an active member of the mycelium network in the Northeast. Join her for an introduction to mycology, and learn about indoor and outdoor mushroom cultivation techniques. Explore the magical properties and potential of wild and cultivated mushrooms.

 

Afternoon Herbal Tea with Patrick McDuffee Sunday at 2:30

          Sit down with Patrick McDuffee of Well-Sweep for a delicious afternoon herbal tea. Sip a few samples of his favorite fresh cut herbals, from native to exotic, as he lectures on their benefits and lore. Windowsill and garden growing tips will be covered as well as harvesting, drying, and brewing.

 

 

September 11, Saturday, 9:00 – 5:00

 

Visit us at Belvidere Heritage Day – Belvidere, NJ

           Click here for more information.

 

 

September 13, Monday – September 19, Sunday

 

Customer Appreciation Sale

          Our customers are what make Well-Sweep Herb Farm successful. To show our thanks, we invite you to visit us during this time to receive a 20% discount on all plant purchases. (Farm sales only; some exclusions apply.)

 

 

September 18, Saturday, 10:00 – 12:00

 

Herb Vinegars, Oils, and Pesto

          With the garden at its peak and an abundance of herbs – it’s time to harvest; come learn the basics on how to make your own herbal condiments. This class will feature the creation of two oils, two vinegars and a pesto to take home. Light refreshments will be served. Reservations are required. $39.00

 

 

September 18, Saturday, 1:30 – 3:30

 

Fresh Herbal Wreaths

          Turn freshly harvested herbs into two beautiful and lasting creations. Louise will teach you how to create two 8” wreathes using an assortment of herbs from the garden, as well as how to dry it for a long-lasting work of art. Reservations required. $37.00

 

 

For more information – call (908) 852-5390 or e-mail us at info@wellsweep.com.


 

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Herb Garden Tours

       Farm lecture tours are available for groups of 10 or more. Tour our impressive culinary, medicinal, and formal herb gardens; also visit the gift shop and farm animals. Lecture subjects include the history, uses, and cultivation of herbs, as well as herbal recipe suggestions. Tours can be tailored to specific topics.
Offered May through October, tours are $10.50 per person with a non-refundable deposit of $25.00. Box lunches are available for groups of 15 or more, or if you prefer to bring your own – a picnic area is provided. Call us today to schedule your group’s tour.

 

Call For More Details(908) 852-5390

 

       Special events are held rain or shine and will not be canceled – (except in situations beyond our control). A check mailed to us will reserve your place. Your canceled check is your confirmation. Refunds minus a $5.00 nonrefundable fee will be issued to those canceling at least 10 days prior to the event.

 

Well-Sweep Herb Farm
205 Mount Bethel Rd
Port Murray, NJ 07865-4147
E-Mail: info@wellsweep.com

 

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